Finding a perfect location when starting a business can be challenging for most Kenyans who seek to venture into entrepreneurship.
Little-known to many, police stations provide Kenyans with an opportunity to make money given the influx of people who visit the stations on a daily basis and the officers who work and live in the stations themselves.
Here are some of the businesses Kenyans can venture into next to police stations and make some good and clean money:
A plate of chapati commonly served at a kibanda
1. Cyber Cafe
Cyber Cafes can be lucrative ventures for Kenyans who want to invest next to a police station. This is because of the heavy paperwork required when an individual is reporting a case, being processed, or seeking release from police cells.
More often than not, people are asked to make copies of official documents such as P3 forms, National Identification cards, driving licenses among others. This also explains why photocopy shops next to the stations thrive.
2. Food Joint, Wines and Spirits
Mini hotels popularly known as vibandas can thrive next to a police station because of the high human traffic that flocks police stations daily.
Reporting cases or seeking the release of a loved one can be a tedious process that takes time. Having such eateries, therefore, provides a place for people to take a break and eat before embarking on the journey back home or going back to the stations. Food joints near these facilities serve a relatable menu including tea, mandazi, chapati, beef, matumbo, beans commonly known as madondo or mboco and ugali. You can …….